Module 4 - How can schools and young people help?Module 4 assembly idea
Fundraising is fun!
We rely on people from all walks of life to raise money for us. Without them, we wouldn't be able to fund our vital services and develop new ways to bring mobility and independence to blind and partially sighted people. Here you can find many resources to help you and your school have a fabulous fundraising day.
Download an assembly idea here.
Guide dog shopping list - See how much it costs for some guide dog equipment
£2could buy a dog bowl to feed a hungry pup after a hard day's work.
£3could buy a collar for a new guide dog puppy.
£4could buy a whistle to train a guide dog puppy basic commands like "come".
£5could buy a chewy bone toy for a training guide dog.
£7could buy a puppy lead to help our volunteer puppy walkers to start training the next generation of guide dogs.
£8could buy a blue puppy coat, the iconic symbol of a new guide dog puppy.
£16could buy a comfy vet bed fleece for when one of our dogs needs a lie down.
£25could buy a white harness, the iconic symbol of a fully qualified guide dog.
£27 could buy a brown harness, the iconic symbol of a training guide dog.
Fundraising @ School
Give a tiny puppy their first gift - a name. You’ll also be giving a blind or partially sighted person a brighter future. Visit Name a Puppy @ School
Every life-changing guide dog starts off as a tiny, playful puppy and now your class can follow our class of guide dog puppies in training. Visit Sponsor a Puppy @ School
Find out all the latest news in the Guide dog puppy blog!